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Lotus isn't just blowing smoke.

This is the fastest road car Lotus has ever built.

The French automaker just purchased Opel from GM.

Groupe PSA is the sole remaining bidder.

Sprint-exclusive parts along with standard Elise updates save a total of 90 pounds.

We can all hope for Lotus-tuned Volvo wagons.

Lotus has been owned by Proton since 1996.

Good enough for James Bond if he wasn't driving Astons

You may remember the Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me.

Out of 44 that sell cars in the US.

We tallied every brand not currently selling or planning to sell a crossover or SUV. Yeah, there are just eight of them.

The result is the quickest Exige ever.

That is a not-insignificant amount of weight loss.

We talk about the Lotus Evora 400, the Fiat 124 Spyder, and the week's Mustang news, then give out some solicited but free car-buying advice.

The Evora 400 does everything that makes Lotus great, while losing the things that don't.

Simplify and add convenience.

Oh yeah, the Aston Martin Vulcan is here, too.

We can't wait to see what Forza Horizon 3's customization community does with the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.

Open-top sports car makes mincemeat out of Porsches.

Just 60 will be built, and none of them are likely to make it Stateside.

Here to kick off the Lotus Seven's 60th Anniversary.

Plus the skinny about electric power steering straight from the CEO.

Put away your pitchforks. No decision has been made yet and there's plenty of good Lotus news.

British sports car will be coming in 2020.

Lotus is also on course to be profitable, if you believe that.

We'll have a chance to hear something similar with the US-bound Evora Sport 410.

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